Without question, the events industry has been turned upside down by the pandemic. It appears that for the time being at least, large scale gatherings are but a distant memory. As more and more weddings get postponed, and with it the usual nuptial events, (bachelorettes, wedding showers, Jack & Jills etc) it seems as though fewer milestones are being celebrated in person… and in style.
Enter Turn of Events. Appropriately named, Turn of Events is a micro event company specializing in lux picnics. Owners Jordan Quinn and Whitney Radacina saw an opportunity to curate mini but memorable experiences for the GTA and they took it.
They are on a mission to decorate the GTA with their beautifully intimate picnics, celebrating birthdays, engagements, anniversaries, showers, proposals and bachelorettes, for you and your bubble. They want to bring back the party in a safe and stylish manner and as the pair pops up in homes, studios, backyards, parks and beaches alike, they are proving that no milestone should go uncelebrated.
“We were on a mission,” Quinn explains “To create simple but significant moments that are not only memorable but meaningful”. She goes on to mention her sister, who due to the pandemic, did not get the engagement party or baby shower Quinn felt she deserved.
“These are important milestones and I told myself I wouldn’t let that happen again. I took matters into my own hands! So with Whitney by my side, Turn of Events came to fruition”.
With five themes to choose from — boho, morocan, something blue, blush and tuxedo — guests can enjoy any one of these instagrammable vignettes. With a plethora of add-ons, including donut and champagne walls, marquee letters, balloon garlands, virtual wine tasting, charcuterie, and more, the customization elements seem endless.
If you’re looking to host an intimate gathering, and you want to do so in style, be sure to contact Jordan Quinn and Whitney Radacina at firstname.lastname@example.org
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